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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - NHL
The NHL's all-time leader in wins and shutouts remains unsigned, but Martin Brodeur is still hoping to play one more season.
The Detroit Red Wings have revealed their elaborate plans for a new downtown arena set to open in 2017.
Capitals prospect Thomas DiPauli, brother of NCAA champion Theo, is hoping to become the fourth Italian-born player to play in the NHL.
Chandler Stephenson was taken by the Capitals in the third round of the 2012 draft. He's expected to begin next season in Hershey.
Seven years after leaving his home in Australia for the Czech Republic, where he was a 13-year-old who didn't speak the language, Walker became the first Australian drafted by an NHL team.
Capitals prospect Nathan Walker has gained a lot of attention this week. He's even been asked if he has a pet kangaroo.
It's hard to dispute that the Capitals improved their blueline this week with the signing of free agents Matt Niskanen and Brooks Orpik, who left the Pittsburgh Penguins for D.C. That was the organization's top goal coming into the offseason to help restart a team that missed the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since 2007.
He is a future Hall of Famer looking for work, but will the Caps be interested in Martin Brodeur?
The NHL free agency market opened Tuesday with a flurry of moves as teams tried to make a splash to improve their rosters and fire up their fans. Some franchises, though, stayed out of the fray and allowed other teams to perhaps overpay for the best players available.
The Capitals' No. 1 priority heading into free agency is to land a top-four defenseman. Here are five who could sign on the dotted line.
The Capitals' new coach says the Capitals' culture needs to change if they want to win a Stanley Cup.
The 29-year-old Kesler is a standout two-way center who has spent his entire 10-season career in Vancouver, compiling six 20-goal seasons and 392 points while playing an agitating physical style. The two-time U.S. Olympian won the Selke Trophy in 2011 as the NHL's best defensive forward.
Ekblad, a 6-foot-4, 214-pound defenseman who played for Barrie in the Ontario Hockey League, is the first defenseman to go No. 1 since St. Louis took Erik Johnson in 2006.
The Capitals may trade up to take a defenseman in Friday night's draft. If not, who will they take at No. 13?
The Capitals can begin talking with potential free agents today. Will Tomas Vokoun get a call from Mitch Korn?